Oral history interview with Dr. Wayman W. Taylor Jr.

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Community Archive;Oral History
This is an oral history interview with Wayman W. Taylor who was born and raised in Denton, Maryland. The interview covers his journey from getting drafted into the army to coming to Kent County. Majority of this interview is about his experiences at different bases and countries in the army as well as his role in the Civil Rights Movement as a student at Morgan State University. The last part of this interview covers his life after his service and any words of wisdom and recommendations he wanted to share.
Sumner Hall
May 3 2021

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Black Freedom Struggle, Sumner Hall African American Veterans of Kent County Research Project
Korea (South)--History, United States. Army--History, African American soldiers, Vietnam War, 1961-1975, African American veterans, Veterans, African Americans--Civil rights--History, Military bases, ForeignMorgan State University, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, United States. Army. Special Forces
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